Democracy Now! Monday, December 15, 2003
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Musharraf Escapes Assassination Attempt
Bush Signs Syria Sanctions Bill
Bush on Halliburton: “We Expect That Money Be Repaid"
Iraqi Americans Rejoice Capture of Hussein But Speak Out Against Occupation
We hear reactions from two Iraqi-Americans living in the U.S. on the capture of Saddam Hussein and we go to Baghdad to hear a report from CorpWatch’s Pratap Chatterjee.
Robert Fisk Reports From Near Tikrit After Visiting the Hole Where Hussein Was Found
Robert Fisk, chief Middle East correspondent for the London Independent reports from the site where Saddam Hussein was captured by U.S. forces in the village of Dawr near Tikrit.
Dilip Hiro Predicts Resistance Against U.S. Occupation Will Now Increase
Longtime journalist and author of 25 books, Dilip Hiro, joins us from London to discuss his thoughts on the effect Saddam Hussein’s capture will have on the mounting Iraqi resistance movement.
Should the Former Iraqi Dictator Be Tried Before An Iraqi or an International Court?
Democracy Now! hosts a debate with the chief U.S. prosecutor at the Nuremberg trials Benjamin Ferencz, Michael Ratner of the Center for Constitutional Rights as well a two Iraqi Americans living in the U.S. on how Saddam Hussein should be tried.